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Page 107 text:
REPORTERS FRONT: Virginlo Taylor. Marion Roth. Lillion Frank. Jerry Jacobs. MIDDLE: Jeonne Parker. Mariorie Gain, Bill Edmundson. TOP: Srover Nobles and Warren Badraun. SPORTS STAFF FRONT: Mark Muin. Paul Shepord, Bob Twiss. Phil Taylor. MIDDLE: Russell hlolt. Dwight Schear. Warren Hollowoy. Murray Coe. TOP: Pete Peterson and Bert Rose. STAFF SOCIETY STAFF FRONT: Dorothy Dahlstrom. Virginia Taylor, Jane Sells, Lillian Frank. Frances McLaughlin. MIDDLE: Berniece Lee, Margery Bye, Bonnie Percival, Loho LoPough. TOP: Jerry Jocobs, Jeanne Parker, Loreno Inglis ond Marge Solheim, SPECIAL REPORTERS FRONT: Tom Trumbull, Bob Bailie. Roger Bye, Bill Edmundson. Don Pugnetti. BACK: Ron Bostwick and Jerry Hoeck.
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JACK PYLE— Winter Quarter sport-ed . . . everything is a joke to Jack . . . is bothered by grades, faculty, deadlines, wom- en, etc. . . . did a great job with page three in spite of his puns. BOB TWISS— Assistant sports- ed . . . and a capable one . . . has a secret love Interest . . . has red hair but no hot temper . . . writes a column called Sport ' s Twissters . . . (hmnn). MURRAY COE— Spring Quar- ter sport-ed . . . tall, dark, and very sincere ... he rides a bi- cycle . . . claims, though it ' s no tandem, that there is still room for one more ... if she ' s blond. LORENA INGLIS— Winter Quarter womens ' ed . . . petite, cute, and a hard worker . . . chormed men into working on the soc staff for the first time in history . . . likes her men tall. ANN DeWITT— Needs a sun- lamp treatment on her arm after lugging a Speed Graphic as big OS she is on Daily assignments . . . most thrilling experience was photographing Francescotti. MARGE SOLHEIM— Bossed the women ' s page spring quar- ter . . . changed logo to Coed ' s Calendar . . . giggles beautifully . . . with a Norwegian accent . . . blushes beautifully. MARGIE BYE— Assistant wom- en ' s ed . . . bears up well under strain of being sister to dynamic Roger . . . gets the job done any- way . . . holds down the third table from end in coffee shop. BETTY CAREY— Librarian . . . quiet . . . hard-working . . . takes her job seriously and does a good one . . . you can actually find what you ' re looking for now. RUSS ULRICH— Photographer . . . one of the D.U. activity men . . . lost caste terrifically with the freshmen when his name was ac- cidentally left off the Daily masthead. ARDEN JONES— Also Photo- grapher . . . likes Daily assign- ments because he can take pic- tures, and have them to the en- graver in a half an hour . . . hates to write poetry. GORDON WILLIAMS— Photo- grapher . . . favorite subjects to photogroph are airplanes and Pickens . . . can talk gibberish for hours about airplanes or Pickens . . . really knows his stuff. WILLIAM RALKOWSKI— Spe- cial photographer . . . shoots a whole case of flash bulbs in an evening . . . covers special events like mod . . . has secret dealings with downtown newspapers . . .
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Seymour Sfandish, Business Manager TOP, STANDING- Chorlot+e WilKoms, Doris Howthorne, Olgo Mogorinsky. Carolyn Wes+erlund. SITTING: Kay Chit- tenden and Alice Pclmer. MIDDLE: Fred Sprague, Clem Ernst, Grover Nobles. Len Elliott. BOTTOM, FRONT: Betty Klinkom, Jane Rice. Eloine Jocobsen. Peggy Lucas. CENTER: Bill Mc- leod. Helen Zednick. Borbara Heoth. Bill Lewis. TOP: Johnny McKlllop. Rolph Honson. Rupert Rock, Ed Whinihan, Walt Williams. Corolyn Westerlund Bill Mayer Office Monoger Credit Manege DAILY BUSINESS 104
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